It is a small, but charming museum, and is very informative of what it was like during and after the Depression for rural people. There is a short film, and you can climb the stone water tower. There is a Homestead house that is part of the museum that you can visit also. Be sure to see the bridge at Cumberland Park, which was also built by the same men who built the homestead houses, school and museum.
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